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Old May 9th, 2005, 08:30 PM   #1
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Somewhat new to this.

I own a Sony TRV-950.

I was at the beach the other day and filmed some footage of people down by the lake.

Just to tinker I captured the footage on Adobe Premiere Pro. at 720/480 resolution. Immediately brought it into Adobe after effects, where the only effects I added was Magic Bullet in these steps. 1. 24frames deinterlace 2. Looks suite/Bistro 3. Letterboxer.

After rendering 10 seconds of footage. (Not sure how I should have my settings?) I brought it back into photoshop, captured the footage back onto my Sony TRV 950. Plugged it into the TV to check out the footage.

Here's what I noticed.

A bit of stair stepping. More so than the original footage.
The footage seems a bit stilted. (Could be my computer isn't powerful enough)
A bit more grainy looking.

What can I do to make my footage look it's best.

It looks really awesome on my computer monitor though. ;)
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Old May 10th, 2005, 10:45 AM   #2
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It's OK, I figured it out.

I guess the best thing to do when in a jam is to check out older threads before I go through the trouble of asking a question.

It appears there's three settings for the Deinterlacer when doing an After Affects/Magic Bullet film look plugin.

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